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Old 05-28-2022, 09:47 AM   #1
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Steps dead

Yesterday I had the exterior of my 2004 Dolphin detailed. Today I went out to the RV and my steps are not working. Tried with the switch in all positions. Could the water from the detailer have shorted something out? Is there a fuse? Any advice would be appreciated.
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Ok I figured it out. Nearly cost me a trip to the ER! Note for other idiots like me DO NOT slide directly under the step when checking wires! My four way connection was loose and when I touched it the steps started extending nearly crushing my ribs. Fortunately I pulled the connection loose before it could extend all the way down. My hands are still shaking! Lol I’m a hard learner when it comes to mechanical objects.
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Glad the lesson wasn't learned the "hard way." You are right, always approach the steps from the side, to avoid any crushing injuries.
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